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The School of Life's Honey Packaging Box Sources Inspiration from Greece

 - Nov 11, 2014
References: theschooloflife & thedieline
This honey packaging box from The School of Life is part of the brand's first ever range of food—'Food for Thought.' Dubbed Philosophical Honey, the set pays tribute to a food that is said to be the nectar of the Greek gods.

The three different kinds of honey are sourced from the same places as the birthplaces as Greek thinkers and have been named after philosophers like Zeno of Cyprus, which hails from Mount Olympus, Epicurus of Samos off the coast of Turkey and Plato of Athens.

On the outside, the box is vividly patterned, with a more simple scheme on the actual jars of honey, including logos that represent the sun and moon, as well as Greek pottery and temples. If you know someone who loves honey, philosophy or Greece, this 'Food for Thought' makes a great gift.